100's of Mostly Free SEO Tools

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Google and Company

For adding ^^^ this link to my page (It seems like a decent guide.) they gave me this cool video :)

Limited Trial-Power Tools

Audit and Analytics

  • Seomator free online SEO Audit Tool. This tool crawls your website and provides an analysis. If you are just beginning to optimize, Seomator will likely highlight a number of issues you can begin to fix right away.
  • SEO Quake Chrome Extension provides on-the-fly analysis of any webpage you visit.

    “More raw data than any other SEO toolbar out there.” -moz

  • screamingfrog.co.uk

    “must-have for most serious SEOs.” -moz

  • Bitly.com - Analytics
  • Builtwith.com - find out what websites are made of.
  • Chrome Webscraping Extension
  • Similarweb - Competitive analysis “Competitor website stats are hard to come by, but Similar Web does a good job.” -moz
  • Browseo - See your website the way the search engine sees it.
  • SEER’s SEO Toolbox
  • SEO Toolbar - information including backlinks and competitive research.
  • SEO Tools for Excel
  • SEOgadget Tools includes Excel plugins, content strategy generator….
  • URI Valet - check server headers, canonical information, analyzing redirect problems and more.
  • Virante SEO Tools
  • Xenu’s Link Sleuth - Site Crawler, find broken links, create sitemaps, etc.
  • Raven Tools Site Audit
  • Nibbler Audit for accessibility, SEO, social media, technology. (limited to 3 reports)
  • Statcounter - Free-Lightweight analytics - alternative to Google Analytics for privacy.
  • Whois Lookup registration, contact, and administrative information for any domain.
  • http://www.quicksprout.com/ - Website Analysis

Rank and Visibility

Optimizations

Speed-Responsiveness

Keywords

Domain Authority

Social

Market Research

Content Creation

Local SEO

Schema

API

Track Google Algorithm

You can minimize your chances of avoiding a huge impact by always focusing on the SEO fundamentals. Avoid any shortcuts or spammy tactics that may have short-term gains but could create disaster in the long term.

You’re far better off understanding your audience and creating content that builds your authority, relevance, and trust.

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Published on June 07, 2019